According to the United Nation's global development network, UNDP, an organization advocating for change and to help people build a better life, the Human Development Index (HDI) is a summary composite index that measures a country's average achievements in three basic aspects of human development: health, knowledge, and income (http://hdr.undp.org).
Channel Coordination in Green Supply Chain Management: The Case of Package Size and Shelf-Space Allocation
The case draws attention to an endemic problem that has challenged the Indian society for centuries namely the role of caste in accessing the various institutions of the society, namely, education, employment and entrepreneurship.
The Tata Power - Mundra case describes the issues and challenges facing the company in adopting a sustainability strategy for one of their Greenfield power project site. The case throws light on the company's modus operandi in integrating sustainability issues right from the project's bidding stage till its successful implementation.
The Suzlon case describes the manner in which the CSR activities of the organization moved from adhoc charity, deliberate philanthropy to strategic philanthropy to a more structured corporate wide CSR initiative.
The SGFI case deals with the collective response of the Jalandhar (India) inflatable ball manufacturers and exporters to the issue of child labour used in the production of inflatable balls.
Job satisfaction is an important variable in organization behavior and sales management. This study explored the impact of person-job fit and person-organization fit on the job satisfaction, organization commitment and turnover intentions of salespersons in India. These constructs have hitherto not been explored in emerging market contexts.
Coping With Corporate Cholesterol Board Interlocks and Their Impact on Corporate Governance The Indian Experience
Board interlocks occur when a director of one organization sits on the board of directors of another organization. The causes and consequences of these interlocks have been much debated in the western literature but comparatively little is known about interlocks in Indian corporate boards. Board interlocks are essentially analogous to cholesterol.